Opposites Attract

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Opposites Attract

I am thinking about getting this cart. I don't think I need to many fonts and I know I want more picture image carts but I saw some LO's done using Opposites Attract and liked the look of them. If I add this to my DJ that came with mine do you think it would cover a lot founts? Jasmin and tear drop are cute but I don't think I would use them all that much. THat Micky fount is calling me Smile

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I don't have OA, but my sister does, and to tell you the truth- it's my FAV font cart. I just adore it! If I can get two carts, it's the one I am getting. I fell in love with it when I borrowed it. HTH! Biggrin

Oh, and I have Jasmine. I am not as big as a fan. Charys has it and her's always looks better. Don't know why though! Lol

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I like OA cart. Is is almost like 3 fonts in one. The cursive font, upright (which is like the main cursive one, but less long and loopy), and the opposite (the block like writing). It's funny that I don't use the main font a lot, because it is SO wide with the long, loopy letters (if that makes sense)...the tails on all the cursive letters make words really long. I usually use upright and opposite. All in all, I love it, though, since it is like 3 fonts in one!

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I have the OA cart too and use it a lot b/c it does give lots of options!!!

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I find it too "Block"-y looking.

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"Honey3.14" wrote:

I find it too "Block"-y looking.

I thought that as well but then thinking how hard it is to do BOY pages and having 2 boys a "block" font could be fun for doing Team names and stuff when they are on sports teams. Something about the DJ and soft round letters and loopy ones don't look BOY to me or sporty.

Any other BOY font suggestions?

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"sadieruth" wrote:

I don't have OA, but my sister does, and to tell you the truth- it's my FAV font cart. I just adore it! If I can get two carts, it's the one I am getting. I fell in love with it when I borrowed it. HTH! Biggrin

Oh, and I have Jasmine. I am not as big as a fan. Charys has it and her's always looks better. Don't know why though! Lol

It's all in your head! Smile Yours' look just as good! LOL I love Jasmine and know if I had a girl it would be perfect for her baby book. I did our whole wedding album and most of my sister's album using it, but I can see where a regular font would be best for most situations, if you were only getting one cartridge.

I think OA is pretty cool! I don't have it, but have admired the work of those that do.

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Having three boys myself, I can honestly say, I've used it once and I'm contemplating selling it.

I used it to make names for their bedroom door. I'll take a pick and show you when I get home. It's certainly nothing fancy but they like it.

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Let me know if you want to sell. Does it have numbers also?

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I think so. Most the font cartridges do.

And Like Sadie, I'm thinking of selling my Jasmine too if anyone is interested in that.

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Zoo Balloo and All Mixed up are pretty boyish. All mixed up works a little better for little kids. But it's a fun cart.